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Concord police log: Dec. 24, 2013

∎ Todd Horstkotte, a 42-year-old homeless man, was arrested Dec. 13 at the Shaw’s on Fort Eddy Road and charged with criminal trespassing and breach of bail conditions, which stipulated that he not enter the business. He was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 27.

∎ Marshall Ross, 28, of Elm Street was arrested Dec. 14 and charged with second-degree assault and criminal mischief. The police said that during a disagreement Ross grabbed his girlfriend aggressively and began strangling her. The woman told officers he let go after she began swinging her arms at him and their pit bull started barking. Ross was released on $4,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 13.

∎ Asjylyn Levy, 17, of North State Street was arrested Dec. 14 on a warrant and charged with one count each of possession of controlled drugs, receiving stolen property and vandalism. The police gave no details about the alleged offenses. She was released on $4,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 13.

∎ Sumner Chabot, 21, of Strafford was arrested Dec. 14 on a bench warrant for unpaid fines. He was released on $831 personal recognizance bail and was scheduled to appear in court last Thursday.

∎ Jeffrey Littlefield, 22, of Boscawen was arrested Dec. 14 and charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated. An officer stopped Littlefield after he watched him speeding down Washington Street in a black Audi sedan, the police said. The officer also reported that Littlefield, who was driving with a passenger, appeared to be swerving over a double yellow line and at one point applied his brakes erratically. Littlefield was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Monday. Update: Littlefield pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving.

∎ Jamie Lucier, 29, of Eastern Avenue was arrested Dec. 14 outside Turbo Tan on Storrs Street on a warrant out of Hooksett for two counts of willful concealment. He was taken to the Hooksett police station and released to their custody.

∎ Elizabeth Martin, 26, of Penacook turned herself in Dec. 14 on an arrest warrant and was charged with theft by unauthorized taking, a misdemeanor. The police gave no further details about Martin’s alleged offense. She was released on $750 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 27.

∎ Robert Silar, 41, of South Spring Street was arrested just after midnight Dec. 15 and charged with driving while intoxicated, his second such offense, and resisting arrest. An officer stopped Silar after he saw his car swerving erratically on South Main Street, which was covered in snow. Silar’s car eventually struck a curb and then went the wrong way on a one-way side street, the officer reported. Silar refused bail and was released to the Merrimack County jail. He was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 16.

∎ Cody Amrol, 19, of Pleasant Street, was arrested Dec. 15 and charged with driving after revocation and driving with a suspended registration. Amrol told the arresting officer that he knew he should not have been driving but had done so because his girlfriend was afraid of the slippery winter roads. He was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 27.

∎ Pierce Osgood, 17, of Warren Street was arrested Dec. 16 and charged with simple assault and breach of bail conditions. Officers responded to Osgood’s house after receiving reports of a dispute between her and an older woman in the driveway. The older woman said Osgood had demanded money, leading to a dispute in which Osgood stepped on her foot, kicked her in the thigh, grabbed both her arms and struck her in the arm, in an apparent attempt to stop her from using her phone, the police said. Osgood disputed the woman’s account and, once in custody, said she wanted to die, the police said. She was then taken to the state hospital, then to the police department. Osgood refused bail and was taken to Merrimack County jail. She was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 17.

∎ Kristy Riley, 28, of Manchester was arrested in Manchester on Dec. 16. She was wanted on a Concord warrant for one count of theft, the police said. Riley was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 27.

∎ Shannon Gilpatric, 43, of Northfield turned herself in Dec. 16 on a warrant for simple assault and vandalism. She was released on $4,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 27.

∎ Rachel Oxford, 22, of Merrimack turned herself in Dec. 17 on a warrant for an unspecified simple assault. She was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 17.

In almost every instance, these people were released on personal recognizance. Then they wonder why these crimes continue.

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